Oenothera Species (Evening Primrose): In Vitro Regeneration, Production of Flavonoids, Fatty Acids, and Other Secondary Metabolites

Part of the Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry book series (AGRICULTURE, volume 41)


Species of the genus Oenothera L. (Onagra Miller) from the family Onagraceae are characteristic of America, the homeland of species acclimated in Europe (Szafer and Pawłowski 1959; Raven 1968). The American flora has the most numerous representatives; plants of these species can be found in natural localities (Rickett 1970, 1971), or they are grown as decorative plants with white, pink to reddish purple, or mostly bright yellow flowers (Bailey 1950; Encke 1960). A few species are also found in Russia (Shishkin and Bobrow 1949; Grossgejm 1962). At present, the genus Oenothera is believed to be distributed throughout the world with the exception of Antarctica (Rostański 1992).


Multiple Shoot Callus Tissue Hydrolyzable Tannin Gamma Linolenic Acid Oenothera Biennis 
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